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Foreign-Based Ghanaian Gospel Artistes Suffer Relevancy And Airplay At Home – Eddie Kay

Gospel music is the fastest growing genre of music in the Country. Even today, Nobody can deffend the fact that gospel music and musicians are the most critiqued, yet the less recognised,

Gospel music holds Ghana entertainment industry and the story has always been the same despite criticisms and other musical genres trying to compete the fraternity.

A time will come when gospel musicians will dominate the music scene to the point that, Secular musicians will love to join the trend .

Gospel musicians have everything it takes to wow an audience, dominate every performing stage and preach the good news through music.

Today, I will like us to deliberate on why our foreign based gospel artistes loose almost every Hardwork they come home to do.

The question is,,, must our artistes always be home based to be able to push their work ?
What is it that our Promoters , Publishers, DJs, Artistes Managers and Producers are not doing right in the absence of the performing artistes?

eg: Minister SONNIE BADU is a Ghanaian artiste doing very well in the states, is he getting solid airplay and promos ?

Hannah Aba Donkor just left the scene to continue her duties in the states, are we still hearing her songs on radio just like when she was down here?

Patience Nyarko ft Broda Sammy (Obi Nyane me) is one of the household gospel hitz in the country , She lost airplay as soon as she left the country for her Europe tour … Or I lie?

We still have lots of Gospel musicians who are not making any good impact in the industry because they left the country to seek for greener pastures overseas.

Relevancy in the entertainment industry depends on what?
Who makes an artist?

Source: Eddie Kay

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